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Air Navigation iOS


Air Navigation iOS is distributed in 2 versions:

Air Navigation Standard

Some of the features Air Navigation Standard offers are:

  • Moving map with direct to waypoint capability;
  • Access to free of charge, open source maps, downloadable from within the application;
  • Internal database with more than 100.000 waypoints, airports and related information;
  • Internal database with airspaces information (not all countries available);
  • Logbook (manual);
  • Navigation instruments (HSI, VOR, ADF).


Air Navigation Pro

Some of the features Air Navigation Pro offers are:

  • Moving map with multi leg flight planning or direct to waypoint capability;
  • Access to commercial aviation charts (as in-app purchases) for Europe, USA, Australia, New-Zealand (check our website for available countries);
  • Support for georeferenced approach charts (not all countries available, check our website for more information);
  • Access to free of charge, open source maps, downloadable from within the application;
  • Internal database with more than 100.000 waypoints, airports and related information;
  • Internal database with airspaces information (not all countries available);
  • Logbook (automatic);
  • Support for elevation data, see terrain in front of airplane or while planning legs;
  • Support for 3D data of Synthetic Vision;
  • Navigation instruments (HSI, CDI, ADF);
  • Online flight tracking service.
  • Support for the use of external gadgets (AHRS g mini, other manufacturers)


Air Navigation Desktop


Air Navigation Desktop is a complete flight-planning application with a variety of possibilities that will run under OS X. Among other functionalities, you will be able to plan your flights, print flight documents and synchronize routes with your mobile device.